Regarding the decision on our new Club weekly meeting site:  After having two weekly meetings at Admiral Theatre"s Green Room, followed by two meetings at Ambrosia Catering, it was decided to investigate two more alternative sites before polling the Club membership on their preference.  IN THE MEANTIME, WE WILL CONTINUE TO MEET AT AMBROSIA CATERING.  Ambrosia is located on State Hwy 303 just north of Riddell Rd, on the right side of the road just before Fred Meyer. 








The Lions Motto is “We Serve."  For 89 years our Club's members have followed this mandate through the creation and support of a wide variety of facilities and service projects.

While Sight is the major institutional goal of Lionism, our bylaws also direct us to take an active interest in the Civic, Cultural, Social and Moral Welfare of our community. 

We welcome membership interest from any man or woman of legal majority, good moral character and community reputation who recognizes Lions as a vehicle through which they can make a contribution to the community, expand their acquaintances and make some wonderful friends.

The Lions are the largest service club organization in the world with over 1.3 million members. The members of our club represent all walks of life: employees, business people and retirees -  male and female members.  Though we come from every corner of the social, economic and religious spectrum, we are united in our desire to provide aid and support to those in our community who are in need.  If you are motivated to offer help to your neighbors who can benefit from it, you will find many opportunities for personal fulfillment by joining with us.  


Lions Multiple District 19

Lions District 19C




During the months of September and October, our Club members assisted other community volunteers in conducting vision screening in six Bremerton area elementary and middle schools.  In all, more than 2,000 students were screened.  For many of these students, it was their first opportunity to identify a potentially dangerous eye disease, not to mention documenting vision deficiencies that hinder their performance in school and everyday life.  For each day volunteered, it is not unusual for each Lion to encounter at least one student that needs immediate attention.





Even as we frantically prepared for our annual Dinner and Auction on December 6th, as Halloween approached, that holiday feeling (er...fever) was unmistakable so as usual we enthusiastically succumbed.  King Lion James got the ball rolling on Halloween night by arranging for us to take command of the Chief Sealth suite at Clearwater Casino.  I'm sure if the membership had been familiar with the luxurious digs, the suite would have been overflowing, but as it was, those of us that did attend had an unabated run of a first class amenity.  Here is a look-in:





Lions of course look forward to Thanksgiving Day with their families but how about the Lions Family?  On November 20th, we had our own Day together:


2014 Dinner and Auction

Our annual Dinner and Auction fundraiser was held at the ARC Building on Perry Avenue on December 6th, and from all accounts at this time, it was a great success.  Over the months leading up to the event, Committe Chairman Lion Whitney Hood devoted countless hours of planning, organization and motivation, and it paid off handsomely.  Our auctioneer, Kip Toner should also be recognized for his "come early, stay late" performance.  More details will be provided as they become available.  Please see the Photo Gallery page for photos from the Auction.    


















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